Having already more than ten years of action since its establishment, the firms have gained quite
a wide experience in architectural design and project management.
The company is composed by a group of highly dynamic and experienced architects and undertakes all
kinds of architectural projects, urban planning, landscape design, interior design, as well as,
restoration and renovation of historical buildings and monuments.
Their architecture responds to the specifics of the Site, Function and the Client.
“Clarity of conception and coherence are the major interests in which we concentrate”.
Use of geometry, integration to the context, sensitive use of materials and technology are the
guidelines of their dynamic compositions and quality of space.
The firm’s activity covers diverse programmes from both public and private domain, from the stage
of preliminary design to the supervision of work, being specialized in the design of hospitals
and Health & Welfare buildings (clinics, rehabilitation centers etc), numbering more than 50 such projects.
Cooperation with specialists in related fields whenever necessary (structural and mechanical engineers,
surveyors, economists etc), assures an efficient and complete solution to all the projects.
The company has also participated in several national and international competitions and gained
prices and mentions.
The head architecture office was founded in Athens by the architects Anna Chasapi , Angelos Sargentis and Sanda Negrea , having as main partners Diana Ionescu and Irini Andrioti.
The Bucharest architecture office was founded by the architects Victor Iliesiu, Anna Chasapi, Angelos Sargentis, Daniel Paul and Sevghin Cherim.
Since Victor Iliesiu and Anna Chasapi passed away, the new generation joined the architectural team with Anna Sargenti and Angelos Sargentis Jr. in collaboration with Panagiotis Aivalis, Ioan Harlav , Vlad Matei Cristian and others, to keep pursuing the company’s activity incorporating the initial partners’ experience and the dynamics of the newest members.